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200,000 feet downtown. it's a shared work environment. it's creating affordable space for entrepreneurs. you're seeing that all over the city. and i think, you know, that's part of the diversification of our economy and how we attract and retain the best and the brightest. and those type of innovative companies are coming here because they can find the talent. it's all about the talent. and going back to the mayor, he's going to want to continue that growth. >> we'll see about that. certainly i like this shared space idea. we talked about this the last time you were with us. bill, good to have you on the program. >> thank you. >> so nice to see things recovering one year after sandy. another check on the health of the real estate market when i speak exclusively to the ceo of owens-corning. they have their finger on the pulse of housing as well. we'll talk with michael thaman coming up. bill? >> all right. heading toward the close here, we have about 18 minutes left in the trading session. the dow has turned negative. the s&p is still positive, not by much, though. any
the same benefit to the environment as over 60,000 trees. that's a trend we can all get behind. >>> all day long we've been looking at companies with sky high earnings ratio merit this price investors are paying for their stocks. dominic chu looks at two more stocks on his list. >> let's look at metlife, because this particular company, you can see, has been on a tear over the course of the past year. the shares are up and they've been up quite a bit. now, the real question for shares of metlife, you can see they're up about 40% so far over the past year. can metlife sustain those valuations? well, the good story for metlife, a life insurance company, a retirement company, is that the overseas life insurance business is good, growing, robust. they bought a big chunk from aig at one point. the bad part of the story here is that we continue to be in low interest rate environments here throughout the course of the u.s. and in europe. they're not able to generate the kinds of returns that they have in the past. and it all leads to a valuation, priced earnings ratio of $105, meaning you'll pay $
that across over a thousand locations, and they'll provide the same benefit to the environment as over 60,000 trees. that's a trend we can all get behind. >>> in less than 45 minutes the president is expected to speak out in defense of his health care law. we'll provide that live. this on a day that the from us frag frustrations of the obama care web glitches front and center on capitol hill with the appearance of health and human services secretary kathleen sebelius. bertha coombs joins us. >> 3 1/2 hours, that's how long the hearing went on. usually members of congress are determine shall to a sitting cabinet member. they were but they didn't pull any punches. the secretary came on the offense, starting with an apology, saying she's accountable for the website is not working but assuring she's working hard to win back america's confidence and it will be working by november 30 th. one of the most remarkable admissions she made when pressed by republican congress members about why she is not giving out enrollment numbers because right now she admitted she just doesn't trust the site's dat
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, the financial reform, new regulatory environment, but that's all priced in, in our view. >> jim, i saw you tweeted out to your followers asking them what risks you think -- they think investors have missed the most. what did you find out? what did they tell you? >> well, one of the concerns that -- well i mean my followers are very concerned across the board in terms of what's going on in europe in terms of u.s. policy. one of the concerns i think a lot of investors have missed is the fact that some companies out there have focused on cost-cutting alone to boost their profits. in order to maintain this profit trajectory they need to focus on revenue growth. in particular, we've grown more cautious on the banks because regulatory costs are going up. and in terms of economic back drop, it's gotten a bit weaker. cost cutting can only get you so far. that's why the concern. >> erin, what about you in terms of revenue growth what are you seeing from this quarter? >> so, this quarter is actually pretty decent for revenue. next quarter is the big negative for banks. i think it's l
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